The amazing Liverpool Pirate Festival returns to Albert Dock Liverpool on September 12 and 13 - featuring breathtaking live-action battles at the centre of Albert Dock, sword fights, and real-life buccaneers from the ZEBU Pirate Brethren.
And The Chronicle has teamed up with the Albert Dock to celebrate this event by offering readers the chance to win a wonderful family day out at the Albert Dock in Liverpool.
Visitors are encouraged to come dressed up in their best pirate gear, step aboard actual pirate ships and meet the notorious buccaneers from history, as the North West’s most visited free tourist attraction sails back to a time when the high seas were a treacherous and dangerous place to venture.
For more information on this and all other upcoming events at Albert Dock, visit www.albertdock.com .
To celebrate the return of Liverpool Pirate Festival at Albert Dock and its bumper summer events programme, here’s your chance to experience your own swashbuckling adventure to this iconic waterfront location.
We’re offering a family of four an exciting day out in vibrant Liverpool - mixing delicious cuisine with a little culture thrown in for good measure.
While at Albert Dock you’ll have the chance to visit Tate Liverpool - the most popular gallery of modern and contemporary art outside London and home of the National Collection of Modern Art in the North - currently showing the amazing Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots exhibition, and the Beatles Story - a Mecca for fans of the Fab Four which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.
And don’t worry about getting hungry - enjoy the best steaks in town at the Miller & Carter restaurant. Tuck into quality cuts of meat as you soak in the quayside views of Albert Dock.
And it doesn’t end there. The winners will also be treated to delicious milkshakes at Funky Shake Bar.To be in with a chance of winning, fill out and submit the form below. If you have any problems with the form please email your answer, full name, and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Question: What are the dates of the 2015 Liverpool Pirate Festival at the Albert Dock?